energúmeno translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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1    (=loco)   madman/madwoman  
ponerse como un energúmeno*      to get mad  
2    (=gritón)   loud and irascible person
3      (Pol)   fanatic, extremist
4    (=poseso)   person possessed of the devil
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'energúmeno' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
ponerse como un energúmeno
ponerse como un energúmeno
[US];[Vulg.] (IDIOMS)
ponerse como un energúmeno
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"energúmeno": examples and translations in context
Y cada semana, el Capitán se pone a gritar como un energúmeno "desaprueba" to carta y la despacha. Every week, the Captain screams like a stuck pig "disapproves" your letter and forwards it.
Por que si tu papá se enterase se pondría hecho un energúmeno al saber que amas a un muchacho desempleado y ordinario como yo nunca me perdonaría, ni habría ocasión de que me aceptara. If your daddy gets even an inkling that you love an unemployed and ordinary boy like me he would never forgive you, nor would he ever accept me.
Ya no te robarás nuestras nueces, energúmeno. You're not taking our nuts anymore, you big palooka.
Mira, yo era un energúmeno a su edad. Look, Sam, I was a holy terror at his age.
Vamos a olvidar la carta de ese energúmeno y... We're going to stop talking rubbish, forget the letter from the nutcase, and...
Cuando un energúmeno de Nueva York... mandó matar a mi marido, Lou huyó. When a bad element from New York had my husband killed... on the boardwalk, Lou ran away.
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